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    -Click here for AAA Cedar Run District basketball tournament scores


    Thurs. Feb. 7

    Boys Basketball

    -Heritage 86, John Champe 41


    Wednesday, Feb. 6

    Boys Basketball

    -Potomac Falls 58, Loudoun Valley 52 (story)

    -James Wood 59, Tuscarora 57

    -Miller School 77, Middleburg Academy 71

    -MA leaders
    Eric Shaw - 19 pts, 7 reb, 2 steals
    Brandon Alston - 18 pts, 3 asst, 3 reb.
    Drew Henry - 15 pts, 5 reb, 2 steals
    Marcus Hayes - 14 pts, 6 steals


    Girls Basketball

    -Tuscarora 71, James Wood 57: Tuscarora defeated host James Wood in non-district play to improve to 14-7 overall (12-5 Dulles District). The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry with 20 points and 4 assists, senior Ashley Jennings with 10 points and 9 rebounds, and junior Zaria Comer with 10 points and 4 rebounds.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Alysha Berry - 20
    Assists: Alysha Berry - 4, Megan Leonard - 4
    Rebounds: Ashley Jennings - 9

     

    Tuesday, Feb. 5

    Boys Basketball

    -Briar Woods 64, Heritage 61

    -Potomac Falls 74, Tuscarora 62

    -Loudoun County 55, Dominion 44

    -Woodgrove 57, Park View 54

    -Loudoun Valley 77, John Champe 28

    -LV scoring leaders
    Jovon Miller - 22 pts
    Josh Grimard - 14 pts
    Cameron Kiani - 12 pts
    Paul Rowley - 9 pts


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 36, John Champe 33

    -Woodgrove 64, Park View 19

    -Heritage 54, Briar Woods 25

    -Loudoun County 48, Dominion 29

    -Tuscarora 61, Potomac Falls 49: The Lady Huskies improved their Dulles District record to 12-5, 13-7 overall. The victory secured the third seed for Tuscarora in the upcoming Dulles District tournament. The Lady Huskies were led by senior Ashley Jennings with 14 points and 15 rebounds, sophomore Alexis Bailey with 12 points and 4 assists, and junior Alysha Berry with 10 points and 5 assists.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Ashley Jennings - 14
    Assists: Alysha Berry - 5
    Steals: Ashley Jennings - 3
    Rebounds: Ashley Jennings - 15

     

    Monday, Feb. 4

    Boys Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 52, Thomas Jefferson 34


    Girls Basketball

    -Brentsville 30, John Champe 24

    -Stone Bridge 62, Thomas Jefferson 43

     

    Saturday, Feb. 2

    Wrestling

    -AA Dulles District
    Woodgrove - 217
    Loudoun County - 215.5
    Potomac Falls - 200
    Loudoun Valley - 174.5
    Briar Woods - 140
    Park View - 103.5
    Dominion - 67.5
    Tuscarora - 66
    John Champe - 53
    Heritage - 27

    -AAA Cedar Run District
    Battlefield - 210.5
    Freedom - 180
    Patriot - 175.5
    Osbourn - 175
    Broad Run - 168
    Stonewall Jackson - 110


    Dulles District gymnastics
    Loudoun County: 135.700
    Briar Woods: 134.475
    Loudoun Valley: 127.975
    Potomac Falls: 125.7
    Woodgrove: 122.675
    Tuscarora: 122.100
    Park View: 96.175
    John Champe: 48.075
    Heritage: 28.450

     


    Friday, Feb. 1

    Boys Basketball

    -Briar Woods 53, Loudoun County 48

    -Dominion 59, Park View 38

    -Potomac Falls 72, John Champe 48

    -Heritage 77, Loudoun Valley 70

    -Fairfax 85, Stone Bridge 62

    -Freedom 67, Broad Run 55

    -Tuscarora 61, Woodgrove 54

    -THS (11-8, 10-6) — Robinson 22, Aird 13, Roach 10, Boris 9, Middleton 5, Welti 2.


    Girls Basketball

    -Fairfax 60, Stone Bridge 54

    -Broad Run 47, Freedom 43

    -Park View 42, Dominion 38

    -Loudoun County 55, Briar Woods 15

    -Potomac Falls 49, John Champe 21

    -Heritage 47, Loudoun Valley 38

    -Woodgrove 65, Tuscarora 51: The Tuscarora Lady Huskies lost to league-leading Woodgrove High School, 65-51, falling to 11-5 in the Dulles District and 12-7 overall. The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry with 17 points and 4 assists and sophomore Alexis Bailey with 12 points and 4 rebounds.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Alysha Berry - 17
    Assists: Alysha Berry - 4
    Steals: Alysha Berry - 3
    Rebounds: Ashley Jennings - 8

     

    Thursday, Jan. 31

    Boys Basketball

    -Patriot 81, Broad Run 77

    -Stonewall Jackson 81, Freedom 53


    Girls Basketball

    -Broad Run 61, Patriot 50: Freshman Mariah Leonard posted a career-high 22 points to go along with 10 rebounds as the Lady Spartans clinched home court in for the 1st round of the Cedar Run tournament. Fatima Kamara added 12 points, 9 rebounds & Alyssa Cabellos and Ellie Ferguson combined for 10 assists.

    BR (10-11, 4-5) Leonard 22, Kamara 12, Ferguson 10, Tashjian 9, Cabellos 6, Melendez 2. Totals 26 7-9 61.

    P (8-13, 1-8) Robin 29, Mardo 12, Dalkiewicz 4, Toribio 3, Jamison 2. Totals 22 4-11 50.

    Halftime: Broad Run, 29-23.

    Three-point goals: B 2 (Leonard, Tashjian); P 2 (Mardo 2).

    Rebounds: B 33 (Leonard 10, Kamara 9, Ferguson 4, Tashjian 3, Cabellos, Melendez 2, Melhuish 4).

    Assists: B 17 (Kamara, Ferguson 6, Tashjian 2, Cabellos 4, Melendez 3, Reigel).

     


    Wednesday, Jan. 30

    Boys Basketball

    -Heritage 72, Woodgrove 48

    -Stone Bridge 62, McLean 49


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 54, Heritage 27

    -Stonewall Jackson 75, Freedom 38

    -Stone Bridge 51, McLean 49

     

    Tuesday, Jan. 29

    Boys Basketball

    -Freedom 65, Osbourn 62

    -Battlefield 71, Broad Run 60

    -Tuscarora 62, Dominion 53

    -Woodgrove 65, John Champe 47

    -Loudoun County 74, Park View 45

    -Potomac Falls 85, Heritage 67

    -Langley 61, Stone Bridge 36

    -Loudoun Valley 75, Briar Woods 45

    -LV leading scorers
    Josh Grimard - 29
    Paul Rowley - 18
    Jovon Miller - 9


    Girls Basketball

    -Osbourn 57, Freedom 37

    -Loudoun Valley 53, Briar Woods 24

    -Woodgrove 67, John Champe 16

    -Loudoun County 50, Park View 35

    -Potomac Falls 64, Heritage 50

    -Stone Bridge 43, Langley 41

    -Tuscarora 75, Dominion 27: The Lady Huskies improved their Dulles District record to 11-4, 12-6 overall. The Lady Huskies were led by sophomore Alexis Bailey with 18 points and 4 rebounds, freshman Kiera Wideman with 17 points and 3 steals, and sophomore Jhade Aird with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

    T (28-15-12-20 75); D (10-4-11-2 27)

    -THS leaders
    Points: Alexis Bailey - 18
    Assists: Alysha Berry - 4
    Steals: Kiera Wideman/Alexis Bailey/Ashley Jennings/Jhade Aird - 3
    Rebounds: Jhade Aird - 10


    -Battlefield 45, Broad Run 44: On Senior night in Ashburn, Ellie Ferguson scored to give the Lady Spartans a 44-43 lead with 13 seconds to play, but Battlefield’s Misha Jones hit a layup with 3.9 left and Ferguson’s runner as time expired was off the mark. Spartans were led by Alyssa Cabellos (15 pts), Ferguson (11 pts, 5 assists) and Mariah Leonard (8 pts/15 reb).

    BF (13-6, 6-2) — M. Jones 8, Salter 8, Baltimore 7, Dyson 7, Whaley 6, B. Jones 5, Diggs 4. Totals 19 4-17 45.

    BR (9-11, 3-5) — Cabellos 15, Ferguson 11, Kamara 8, Leonard 8, Tashjian 2. Totals 19 5-11 44.

    BF: 11-11-15-8

    BR: 10-10-11-13

    Three-point goals: BF 3 (Salter 2, B. Jones); BR 1 (Cabellos).

    Rebounds: BF: 36 (15 Off); BR 32 (6 Off): (Cabellos 2, Ferguson 2, Kamara 6, Leonard 15, Tashjian 4, Crawford, Melhuish 2).

    Assists: BF: 6; BR 13 (Cabellos 2, Ferguson 5, Leonard 2, Tashjian, Crawford, Melendez, Melhuish).

    Turnovers: BF 11; BR 12

    Steals: BF 1, BR 9

    FG%: BF 19-53 (3-16 3pt); BR 19-48 (1-9 3pt)

     

    Saturday, Jan. 26

    Boys Basketball

    -Dominion 63, John Champe 41

    -Briar Woods 70, Park View 48


    Girls Basketball

    -Park View 51, Briar Woods 22

    -Potomac Falls 58, Loudoun Valley 44

    -Dominion 33, John Champe 31


    Dulles District Swim Championship

    -Boys
    Potomac Falls - 418
    Briar Woods - 301
    Tuscarora - 270
    Heritage - 250
    Dominion - 234
    Loudoun County - 165
    Woodgrove - 161
    John Champe - 96
    Loudoun Valley - 89
    Park View - 46

    -Girls
    Dominion - 330.5
    Briar Woods - 299
    Potomac Falls - 287
    Heritage - 225
    Tuscarora - 211
    Woodgrove - 192.5
    Loudoun County - 139
    Park View - 133.5
    Loudoun Valley - 127.5
    John Champe - 85

     

    Thursday, Jan. 24

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun County 55, Tuscarora 47: The Raiders won an exciting game on Wounded Warrior Night at LCHS. Raider senior Michael Anderson added to his school-record point total with 10 points. He broke Joe Bushrod’s record of 1,048 points against Heritage on Jan. 17. Sophomore Quad Borup had 17 points for the Raiders, including a 3-pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime.

    THS — Robinson 20, Middleton 13, Aird 5, Welti 3, Beegan 2, Boris 2, Roach 2. Totals 17 10-12 47.

    LCHS — Borup 17, Anderson 10, Adams 8, Herring 8, Stinger 8, Gore 4. Totals 15 22-25 55.

    Halftime: Tuscarora, 18-9.

    Regulation: 43-43.

    Three-point goals: T 3 (Robinson 2, Middleton); LC 3 (Borup, Anderson 2).


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun County 44, Tuscarora 30

     

    Wednesday, Jan. 23

    Boys Basketball

    -Freedom 58, Kettle Run 45

    -Potomac Falls 64, Briar Woods 51

    -Heritage 85, Dominion 53

    -Loudoun Valley 75, Woodgrove 43

    -Tuscarora 78, Park View 41

    THS (9-7, 8-5) — Robinson 25, Roach 11, Hayes 10, Middleton 7, Aird 6, Mangal 6, Dalvi 5, Welti 4, Avasarala 3, Beegan 1. Totals 29 10-15 78.

    PVHS (4-17, 4-12) — Anwar 16, Foley 7, Davila 4, La’mon 4, Singh 4, Hamlin 2, Horvath 2, Lord 2. Totals 15 7-7 41.

    Halftime: Tuscarora (Va.), 44-17.

    Three-point goals: T 10 (Robinson 5, Hayes 2, Middleton, Dalvi, Avasarala); P 4 (Anwar 4).


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 71, Loudoun Valley 32

    -Freedom 63, Kettle Run 28

    -Potomac Falls 62, Briar Woods 28

    -Heritage 43, Dominion 17

    -Loudoun County 44, John Champe 23

    -Tuscarora 63, Park View 42: The Lady Huskies improved their Dulles District record to 10-3 (11-5 overall). The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry and sophomore Alexis Bailey with 10 points each, while junior Jazmyne Howard and freshman Kiera Wideman contributed 8 points apiece.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Alysha Berry 10, Alexis Bailey 10
    Assists: Kiera Wideman 3
    Steals: Alysha Berry 5
    Rebounds: Ashley Jennings 5, Jhade Aird 5

     

    Tuesday, Jan. 22

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 71, Broad Run 51

    -Hedgesville 83, John Champe 26

    -Stone Bridge 54, Marshall 46


    Girls Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 57, Marshall 37

     

    Saturday, Jan. 19

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 88, Dominion 41

    -Potomac Falls 66, Woodgrove 36

    -Loudoun County 44, John Champe 30


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 34, Dominion 25

    -Woodrove 42, Potomac Falls 29


    Gymnastics

    -Aloha Invitational at Patriot H.S.

    LCHS report: The gymnastics team of Loudoun County participated in the higher scoring Navy division, placing 4th behind AAA Stafford, Battlefield and Brooke Point teams. The team had an awesome meet. The team was lead by Hannah Powell who placed 4th in the all around with a season high 36.025. She also placed 5th on floor and 4th on beam. Victoria Miner (in competition for the first time after suffering an injury at the first meet of the season) placed 8th on floor and 5th on vault. Ashley Wright met the qualifying standard for regionals on vault. Leigh Philbrick (also in her first meet recovering from a pre-season injury) met the qualifying score for regionals on bars. Lauren McCullough had a personal best on the vault.

    -Team scores (Navy Division)
    Battlefield - 105.875
    Brooke Point - 105.600
    Stafford - 91.650
    Loudoun County - 86.575
    Colonial Forge - 84.425
    Loudoun Valley - 84.275
    Freedom - 84.225
    Potomac Falls - 75.025

    -All-around
    Dylana Wilhelm (Brooke Point) 38.425
    Ashley Hinton (Stafford) 37.200
    Alli Gibbs (Freedom) 36.100
    Hannah Powell (Loudoun County) 36.025
    Haley Cooper (Colonial Forge) 33.875
    Shannon Lea (Colonial Forge) 33.575
    Lauren McCullough (Loudoun County) 33.375
    Kaya Razor (Brooke Point) 33.275
    Evelyn Soon (Freedom) 32.875
    Josephine Trombadore (Loudoun Valley) 32.725


    Swimming

    -Combined
    Woodgrove 292, Loudoun Valley 253
    Briar Woods 332, Heritage 239

    -Boys
    Woodgrove 161, Loudoun Valley 120
    Briar Woods 161, Heritage 124

    -Girls
    Loudoun Valley 133, Woodgrove 131
    Briar Woods 171, Heritage 115

    BW/HHS results: hhsvsbwhsresults.pdf

    LV/WHS results: results_whs_vs_lvhs.pdf

     

    Friday, Jan. 18

    Boys Baskteball

    -Stonewall Jackson 81, Broad Run 57

    -Battlefield 51, Freedom 43

    -Stone Bridge 55, Madison 41


    Girls Basketball

    -Battlefield 51, Freedom 34

    -Madison 58, Stone Bridge 39

    -Stonewall Jackson 73, Broad Run 31

    BR (9-10, 3-4) — Leonard 9, Kamara 8, Cabellos 4, Ferguson 4, Melendez 4, Melhuish 2. Totals 9 13-19 31.

    SJ (14-3, 7-0) — Floyd 18, Hinton 15, Hix 9, Nordike 9, Brown 6, R. Burns 4, Jordan 4, Lawrence 4, Harris 2, Williams 2. Totals 32 2-2 73.

    Halftime: Stonewall Jackson, 38-20.

    Three-point goals: S 7 (Hinton, Hix, Nordike 3, Brown 2).

    Rebounds: B 35 (Leonard 11, Kamara 10, Cabellos 3, Ferguson 3, Melendez, Melhuish, Nappier 3, Tashjian 3).

    Assists: B 4 (Leonard, Kamara, Ferguson, Nappier).

     

    Thursday, Jan. 17

    Boys Basketball

    -Park View 52, John Champe 40

    -Loudoun County 73, Heritage 69 (OT)

    -Stone Bridge 80, Woodgrove 70

    -Briar Woods 71, Tuscarora 58

    BW - Ramey 19, Ryan 17, Hatcher 14, Gaines 8, Lam 8, Nicholson 5. Totals 20 28-41 71.

    T - Middleton 15, Robinson 11, Roach 8, Welti 8, Aird 5, Boris 5, Avasarala 3, Mangal 2, Hayes 1. Totals 19 17-29 58.

    Halftime: Briar Woods, 35-17.

    Three-point goals: BW 3 (Ryan, Hatcher, Lam); T 3 (Middleton, Robinson, Avasarala).


    Girls Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 57, Woodgrove 39

    -Park View 41, John Champe 22

    -Loudoun County 40, Heritage 38

    -HHS report: The Pride was down by 7 in the 1st quarter but faught back to tie the game 34-34 in the 4th. Both teams exchanged baskets going down the stretch. Senior Breanna Smart fouled out on an and 1 with 1:47 left on the clock and the Pride was up by 2. The Raiders regained the lead by 1. With 35 seconds left, Coach Smart called a time out to draw up a play to seal the victory. Kayla Tibbs dribbled right and crossed up the Raider defender and had a wide open jump shot that came up short. The Raiders rebounded and the Pride had a quick foul. The Raider player went 1 for 2 from the free throw line and Coach Smart called another timeout to seal a victory or tie it up and go into overtime. Kayla tibbs dribbled right and had a wide open lay up that came up short. The Pride is 8-8 overall and 7-5 in the district.

    -HHS leaders: Bre 9 points, 3 assists; Christina 7 points; Kayla 15 points, 2 assists; Kelsey 2 points, 12 rebounds; Jonique 5 points


    -Tuscarora 60, Briar Woods 22: The Lady Huskies improved their Dulles District record to 9-3 (10-5 overall). The Lady Huskies were led by freshman Chloe Roach with 14 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 steals, junior Alysha Berry with 10 points and 4 assists, and junior Abby Henson and sophomore Megan Leonard with 8 points each.

    T (16-20-9-15 60); BW (2-6-5-9 22)

    -THS scoring: Roach 14, Berry 10, Henson 8, Leonard 8, Bailey 6, Comer 6, Wideman 3, Cromwell 2, Jennings 2, Aird 1

     

    Wednesday, Jan. 16

    Boys Basketball

    -Middleburg Academy 75, Wakefield School 61

    MA (36-14-15-10 75); W (11-16-20-14 61)

    -MA leaders
    Drew Henry - 28 pts, 7 reb, 4 steals
    Marcus Hayes - 14 pts, 3 reb, 5 steals
    Elie Mutombo - 11 pts, 3 reb, 6 steals
    Jeremiah Curtis - 8 pts, 5 reb, 3 assists

     

    Saturday, Jan. 12

    Boys Basketball

    -Potomac Falls 78, Broad Run 62

    -Jefferson (W. Va.) 48, Park View 47


    Girls Basketball

    -Jefferson (W. Va.) 52, Park View 48

    -Potomac Falls 50, Broad Run 42

    -PF leaders
    Teal Reynolds - 23 points, 12 rebounds
    Dominique White - 12 points
    Anna Mueller - 13 rebounds


    Swimming

    -Tuscarora in tri-meet

    THS report: The Huskies had a great meet at Claude Moore today. The men fell to Dominion HS with a score of 76 to 94, but beat out the Loudoun County Raiders with a score of 91 to 79. The women were similarly defeated by Dominion 72 to 98, but also came out on top of LCHS 97 to 72.


    -Tri-meet at Claude Moore

    -Combined
    Woodgrove 240, Park View 92
    Heritage 184, Woodgrove 155
    Heritage 252, Park View 81

    -Boys
    Woodgrove 120, Park View 49
    Heritage 91, Woodgrove 78
    Heritage 134, Park View 36

    -Girls
    Woodgrove 120, Park View 43
    Heritage 93, Woodgrove 77
    Heritage 118, Park View 45


    Wrestling

    -Raiders go 5-0 at Nokesville Duals

    -LC report: Loudoun County Wrestling traveled to Kettle Run High School on Saturday and wrestled in the Nokesville Duals. The Raiders went 5-0 on the day, raising it’s record to 29-4 on the season. LCHS beat Kettle Run 43-20 (Matt Sun beat Yost 1-0, ranked 3rd in AA state), 52-23 over Colonial Heights, 78-6 over Spotsylvania, 72-6 over Osbourne Park, and 45-28 over Dinwiddie.

    The Raiders next action is at Archbishop Spalding Duals, MD (Jan. 18-19) and then at home (senior night) on Jan 23 at 5:30 p.m. for their last event of the regular season. On Jan. 23, the Raiders will be going for their first Dulles District Dual Championship against Dominion and Potomac Falls, currently 7-0 in district action.

    Team individual records for the starters below. Eight wrestlers with 30 or more wins.

    106 So. Alexis Young 11-24
    113 Jr. Andrew Moreno 33-11
    120 Jr. Brian Monroy 38-6
    126 Sr. Matt Sun 34-7
    132 Sr. Jose Rodriguez 27-13
    138 Sr. Logan Smith 44-1
    145 So. Luke Rivera 22-13
    152 So. CJ Mills 33-15
    160 Jr. Hunter Day 42-2
    170 Jr. Mitchell Stevens 24-9
    182 Sr. Alex Reader 30-7
    195 Sr. Cory Dickey 29-13
    220 So. Kyle Schlue 31-10

     


    Friday, Jan. 11

    Boys Basketball

    -Heritage 97, Park View 62

    -Stone Bridge 47, Thomas Jefferson 36

    -Briar Woods 60, Woodgrove 39

    -Freedom 63, Broad Run 46

    -Tuscarora 58, John Champe 29

    -Potomac Falls 77, Dominion 51

    PF: Allen 20, Janowski 17, Thomas 16, Shorts 6, Orbe 4, Fischetti 4, Flowers 4, Tondi 4, Braxton 2

    D: Davis 14, Warsame 11, Atariwa 10, Ferguson 6, Alaeian 4, Boyd 3, Robinson 2

    Halftime: Potomac Falls, 34-27

    3-pointers: PF 7 (Thomas 3, Janowski 2, Allen 2); D 3 (Davis 2, Boyd 1)

    Free throws: PF (12 of 19); D (10 of 23)


    -Loudoun Valley 58, Loudoun County 42

    LV: Miller 20, Rowley 10, McDyre 9, Kiani 9, Grimard 8, Smolers 2

    LC: Anderson 17, Herring 6, Stinger 6, M. Adams 6, Supcoe 3, Borup 2, Gore 2

    Halftime: Loudoun Valley, 20-19

    3-pointers: LV 1 (McDyre); LC 6 (Anderson 2, M. Adams 2, Herring, Supcoe)

    Free throws: LV (11 of 15); LC (8 of 9)


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 71, Briar Woods 17

    -Potomac Falls 54, Dominion 20

    -Loudoun County 45, Loudoun Valley 29

    -Stone Bridge 64, Thomas Jefferson 42

    -Heritage 56, Park View 22

    -Broad Run 53, Freedom 37: Ellie Ferguson scored a season-high 27 points and Mariah Leonard pulled down a career-high 21 rebounds to pace the Lady Spartans in a Cedar Run District win in Ashburn.

    F (7-6-13-11 37); BR (11-12-15-15 53)

    F (9-8, 1-5) — Chernault 8, Klinko 7, Thomas 7, James 5, Nizialek 3, Balog 2, Hartless 2, Melvin 2, Tang 1. Totals 14 6-18 37.

    BR (9-8, 3-3) — Ferguson 27, Leonard 10, Cabellos 9, Nappier 4, Melendez 2, Kamara 1. Totals 18 15-28 53.

    Three-point goals: F 2 (Chernault, Nizialek); BR 2 (Ferguson 2).

    Rebounds: BR 43 (Ferguson 7, Leonard 21, Cabellos 3, Melendez 4, Kamara 2, Braithwaite, Buckman, Melhuish 2, Stahl, Tashjian).

    Assists: BR 10 (Ferguson, Leonard 3, Cabellos 4, Melendez 2).


    -Tuscarora 72, John Champe 30: The Tuscarora Lady Huskies improved their Dulles District record to 8-3 (9-5 overall) with a 72-30 victory over John Champe High School. The Lady Huskies were led by sophomore Megan Leonard with 22 points and 5 rebounds, junior Alysha Berry 13 points, 8 steals, and 5 assists, and sophomores Alexis Bailey and Jhade Aird with 8 points each. Leonard’s 6 three-point field goals tied the Tuscarora school record.

    JC (9-11-2-8 30); T (21-20-15-16 72)

    -THS leaders
    Points: Megan Leonard 22
    Assists: Alysha Berry 5
    Steals: Alysha Berry 8
    Rebounds: Zaria Comer 7, Jazmyne Howard 7


    Swimming

    -Boys
    Loudoun County 147, Heritage 137

    -Girls
    Heritage 150, Loudoun County 136

     


    Thursday, Jan. 10

    Boys Basketball

    -Tuscarora 64, Briar Woods 50

    THS scoring: AJ Robinson 17, Josh Middleton 13, Steve Welti 12, Jordan Roach 11, Justin Aird 9, Spencer Hayes 2


    -Middleburg Academy 70, Flint Hill 52

    MA (15-17-19-19 70); FH (13-15-15-9 52)

    -MA leaders
    Delante Jones - 15 pts, 6 reb, 4 steals
    Brandon Alston - 10 pts, 6 reb, 2 steals
    Marcus Hayes - 10 pts, 4 asst, 3 reb, 4 steals
    Drew Henry - 10 pts, 4 reb, 2 steals
    Stephen Sheppard - 8 pts, 4 reb, 3 steals
    Trey Rowser - 8 pts, 4 reb, 4 steals

     

    Wednesday, Jan. 9

    Girls Basketball

    -Freedom 56, Gar-Field 49

    Gymnastics

    Quad meet at Tuscarora

    -All-around
    Jessica Drews (Loudoun County) 36.200
    Hannah Powell (Loudoun County) 35.350
    Victoria Miner (Loudoun County) 34.600
    Kaylie Etheridge (Tuscarora) 33.200
    Shannon Keye (Tuscarora) 32.750
    Megan Fogelson (Tuscarora) 30.200

    -LC report: The Raiders took 1st place in a quad meet. On Senior night, Lauren McCullough placed 3rd on bars, 2nd on beam, 5th on floor and 2nd in the all around. Hannah Powell was 4th on vault, 1st on bars, 1st on beam, 1st on floor, 1st in the all around. Abby Tostenson was 4th on vault. Ashleigh Wright was 6th on beam and 7th on floor. Bridget Gambogi competed in the all around for the 1st time, setting personal bests on beam and floor. Danielle Morales competed on beam and floor, setting a personal best on floor. The team will next travel to the Patriot Invitational on Jan. 19.

    THS report: THS placed 2nd with a 128.4 in the team division to Loudoun County’s 129.0. In the individual competition: Shannon Keye won vault with a score of 8.80 with Alex Upp and Megan Fogelson tying for second with an 8.70. On bars, Alex Upp tied for 1st place with a score of 8.70. Shannon Keye placed 5th on bars with a 7.90. On floor, Alex Upp placed 5th with an 8.55 and Shannon Key placed 7th with an 8.450. In the all-around, Alex Upp Placed 3rd with a score of 33.350, Shannon Keye placed 4th with a score of 33.30, Keni Nodland placed 7th with a score of 30.8 and Megan Fogelson placed 8th with a score of 30.75. Alex Upp and Shannon Keye have qualified for the Regional Gymnastics Championships in the all around. Megan has qualified on Vault, Beam and Floor. Nadeen Elsharkawy has qualified on vault and Kelly Shepherd has qualified on floor.

     

    Tuesday, Jan. 8

    Boys Basketball

    -Broad Run 72, Osbourn 69

    -Freedom 70, Patriot 66

    -Briar Woods 58, John Champe 37

    -Dominion 57, Woodgrove 55

    -Potomac Falls 55, Loudoun County 47

    -Heritage 73, Tuscarora 62

    -Loudoun Valley 92, Park View 31

    -Fairfax 64, Stone Bridge 58 (OT)

    -Middleburg Academy 78, Shenandoah Valley Academy 28

    -MA stat leaders
    Eric Shaw - 15 pts, 10 reb, 5 steals, 3 blocks
    Brandon Alston - 14 pts, 3 reb, 4 steals
    Delante Jones - 11 pts, 9 reb.
    Stephen Sheppard - 9 pts, 3 reb.
    Jeremiah Curtis - 9 pts, 6 reb.


    Girls Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 50, Fairfax 45

    -Osbourn 56, Broad Run 55 (OT)

    -Freedom 40, Patriot 29

    -Woodgrove 65, Dominion 22

    -John Champe 25, Briar Woods 22

    -Loudoun County 44, Potomac Falls 33

    -Loudoun Valley 44, Park View 30

    -Heritage 59, Tuscarora 52

    H (14-15-15-15 59); T (14-9-9-20 52)

    HHS report: Crosstown rival Tuscarora stepped into the lions den expecting to get a win against the Pride. The Pride were geared up and ready for the challenge. In the first quarter, both teams exchanged baskets but the Pride pulled away in the second quarter and never looked back. The Pride were up by 19 in the fourth quarter before the Huskies stormed back but it was to late. The ladies of the Pride prevailed, 59-52, led by Breanna Smart’s 30, Kelsey Tidgewell’s 13, Kayla Tibbs’ 11 and their aggressive defense.

    THS report: The Tuscarora Lady Huskies fell to 7-3 in the Dulles District and 8-5 overall. The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry with a school-record 23 points and 3 rebounds, sophomore Alexis Bailey with 8 points and 3 steals, and senior Ashley Jennings with 7 points, 6 rebounds and 5 steals.

     


    Sunday, Jan. 6

    Boys Basketball

    -Middleburg Academy 77, Don Bosco 45

    MA (21-30-15-11 77); DB (10-18-9-8 45)

    -MA stat leaders
    Brandon Alston - 22 pts, 4 reb, 2 steals
    Jeremiah Curtis - 9 pts, 6 reb.
    Eric Shaw - 8 pts, 6 reb, 2 blocks
    Stephen Sheppard - 8 pts, 4 reb.
    Marcus Hayes - 8 pts, 4 asst, 4 reb, 4 steals

     


    Saturday, Jan. 5

    Boys Basketball

    -Potomac Falls 76, Briar Woods 52

    -Hedgesville 79, Broad Run 59

    -Princeton Day 77, Middleburg Academy 69


    Girls Basketball

    -Spotswood 59, Woodgrove 44


    Wrestling

    -Growing Earth Duals at Broad Run

    Skyline - 230
    West Springfield - 166
    Broad Run - 155
    Forest Park - 144
    Potomac Falls - 118
    Briar Woods - 117
    Liberty - 104
    Park View - 98
    Tuscarora - 68
    John Champe - 62


    Swimming

    -Tri-meet at Claude Moore

    -Combined scores
    Loudoun Valley 200, John Champe 121
    Heritage 196, Loudoun Valley 144
    Heritage 221, John Champe 101

    -Boys
    Loudoun Valley 84, John Champe 84
    Heritage 111, Loudoun Valley 59
    Heritage 104, John Champe 64

    -Girls
    Loudoun Valley 116, John Champe 37
    Heritage 85, Loudoun Valley 85
    Heritage 117, John Champe 37

    Individual results: resultslvhsvhhsvjchs.pdf


    Glory Days Gymnastics Invitational at Park View

    Red Division

    -Team
    Briar Woods - 97.25
    Loudoun County - 97.175
    Colonial Forge - 95.15
    Potomac Falls - 93.55
    Tuscarora - 91.9

    -All-around
    Sara Connor (Briar Woods) 34.8
    Hannah Powell (Loudoun County) 34.425
    Abbey Tsao (Potomac Falls) 34.125
    Lauren McCullough (Loudoun County) 32.425
    Alex Upp (Tuscarora) 32.25
    Shannon Lea (Colonial Forge) 31.825
    Haley Cooper (Colonial Forge) 31.65
    Loren Barber (Briar Woods) 31.075


    Blue Division

    -Team
    Broad Run - 98.375
    Woodgrove - 90.575
    Loudoun Valley - 88.075
    Harrisonburg - 83.925
    Turner Ashby - 71.575
    Park View - 62.425

    -All-around
    Kerry Stolcenberg (Broad Run) 34.05
    Morgan Clear (Broad Run) 32.575
    Brooke Cobb (Harrisonburg) 32.275
    Kathryn Petchenick (Broad Run) 31.75
    Olivia Becker (Woodgrove) 30.9
    Helen Sternberg (Loudoun Valley) 30.225
    Heather Byram (Woodgrove) 30.075
    Katherine Ayala (Woodgrove) 26.475

     


    Friday, Jan. 4

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 61, Tuscarora 35

    -Potomac Falls 69, Park View 47

    -Loudoun County 61, Woodgrove 46

    -Stonewall Jackson 78, Freedom 67

    -Briar Woods 59, Dominion 42

    -Heritage 73, John Champe 55

    -Stone Bridge 64, Langley 52

    -Patriot 71, Broad Run 64


    Girls Basketball

    -Potomac Falls 61, Park View 42

    -Langley 40, Stone Bridge 34

    -Stonewall Jackson 62, Freedom 21

    -Briar Woods at Dominion (need score)

    -Heritage 46, John Champe 19

    -Woodgrove 58, Loudoun County 49

    LC: Phillips 15, Knox 10, Tibbits 10, Paige 9, Gillis 2, Szoka 2, Gianelos 1

    W: Purnell 21, Brooke Basinger 14, Lynch 10, Brittany Basinger 4, Buxton 4, Fagan 4, Lorinchak 1

    Halftime: Loudoun County, 24-23

    3-pointers: LC 4 (Knox 2, Phillips, Tibbits); W 5 (Brooke Basinger 2, Fagan, Lynch, Purnell)

    Free throws: LC (17 of 23); W (3 of 17)


    -Tuscarora 57, Loudoun Valley 45: The Lady Huskies improved to 7-2 in the Dulles District and 8-4 overall. The Lady Huskies were led by sophomore Alexis Bailey with 22 points (12-15 from the FT line), 6 rebounds and 4 steals; sophomore Megan Leonard with 11 points and 2 rebounds; and freshman Chloe Roach with 6 points and 9 rebounds. Bailey’s 22 points tied a Tuscarora program record.

    T (14-10-12-21 57); LV (10-9-10-16 45)

    THS scoring: Bailey 22, Leonard 11, Bailey 6, Roach 6, Aird 5, Henson 3, Comer 2, Jennings 2

    -THS leaders
    Assists: Alysha Berry 2, Alexis Bailey 2, Ashley Jennings 2
    Steals: Alexis Bailey 4
    Rebounds: Chloe Roach 9


    -Broad Run 56, Patriot 27

    P (8-3-5-11 27); BR (22-19-11-4 56)

    Patriot (7-8, 1-3) Dalkiewicz 8, Smith 7, Mardo 4, Robin 4, Jamison 3, Toribio 1. Totals 11 4-11 27.

    BR (8-7, 2-2) Leonard 13, Cabellos 10, Ferguson 10, Kamara 7, Tashjian 6, Braithwaite 2, Lynch 2, Melendez 2, Melhuish 2, Stahl 2. Totals 25 5-8 56.

    Three-point goals: P (Smith); B 1 (Cabellos).

    Rebounds: B 39 (Leonard 10, Ferguson 3, Kamara 7, Tashjian 3, Braithwaite 2, Melendez 4, Melhuish 4, Stahl 3, Buckman 2, Nappier).

    Assists: B 16 (Leonard 2, Cabellos 5, Ferguson 2, Kamara, Tashjian 2, Melendez, Melhuish, Stahl 2).

    FG: Patriot: 11-43 (1-9 3PT); BR 25-51 (1-3 3PT)

    FT: Patriot 4-11; BR 5-8

    Reb: Patriot 27 (13 Off); BR 39 (13 Off)

    Asst: Patriot 2; BR 16

    TO: Patriot 17; BR 18

    Steals: Patriot 6; BR 9

     


    Thursday, Jan. 3

    Gymnastics meet at Woodgrove

    -LC report: Loudoun County finished second behind Tuscarora by 0.6 (1 fall and 1 toe point) with the highest score of our season. The team was led by Hannah Powell, who placed 1st in the all around, 1st on floor, 3rd on beam, 4th on bars and 2nd on vault. Lauren McCullough placed 4th on bars and 3rd in the all around. Lauren also meet the qualifying standard for regionals on floor. Abby Tostenson meet qualifying standard on bars. Turning in solid performances were Ashleigh Wright, Bridget Gambogi and Amanda Spencer.

    -All-around
    Hannah Powell (LC) 34.400
    Alex Upp (T) 34.050
    Lauren McCollough (LC) 33.050
    Shannon Keye (T) 32.850
    Olivia Becker (W) 32.450
    Heather Byram (W) 31.350

    -Team
    Tuscarora - 126.9
    Loudoun County - 126.3
    Woodgrove - 121.9
    Loudoun Valley - 121.0
    Broad Run - 96.2
    Heritage - 27.4

     

    Wednesday, Jan. 2

    Boys Basketball

    -Heritage 70, Briar Woods 56

    -Loudoun Valley 66, John Champe 15

    -Park View 62, Woodgrove 53

    -Freedom 39, Osbourn 38

    -Potomac Falls 77, Tuscarora 35

    -Battlefield 85, Broad Run 65

    -Dominion 57, Loudoun County 55: Dominion’s Milad Alaeian hit a game-winning jump shot as his team ovecame a 17-point deficit in the first half. Senior Aristides Poehlman added 11 for the Titans. Loudoun County was led by senior guard Mike Anderson with a team-high 17 points. 


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun County 55, Dominion 26

    -Loudoun Valley 48, John Champe 35

    -Osbourn 46, Freedom 28

    -Heritage 47, Briar Woods 23

    -Woodgrove 85, Park View 28

    W (22-28-16-19 85); PV (4-10-6-8 28)

    -WHS leaders
    Brooke Basinger - 21 pts, 8 asst, 4 reb.
    Stephanie Purnell - 15 pts, 11 reb, 4 blocks, 3 steals
    Kylee Miller - 11 pts, 8 reb.
    Halle Lynch - 6 pts, 6 reb, 3 asst.
    Linsey Fagan - 9 pts, 4 reb.
    Kaitlyn Lorinchak - 6 pts, 5 asst, 6 steals
    Taylor Miller - 2 pts, 6 reb, 3 steals
    Kendall Lynott - 7 pts.


    -Tuscarora 51, Potomac Falls 45: The Lady Huskies improved to 6-2 in the Dulles District and 7-4 overall. The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry with 15 points, sophomore Megan Leonard with 12 points and 3 steals, and freshman Chloe Roach with 10 points and 12 rebounds.

    T (19-11-12-9 51); PF (10-8-14-13 45)

    THS scoring: Berry 15, Leonard 12, Roach 10, Bailey 8, Comer 2, Jennings 2, Wideman 2

    -THS leaders
    Assists: Kiera Wideman/Alexis Bailey 3
    Steals: Alexis Bailey 5
    Rebounds: Chloe Roach 12


    -Battlefield 41, Broad Run 36

    BR (9-9-6-12 36); BF (11-8-15-7 41)

    Broad Run (7-7, 1-2) — Leonard 14, Ferguson 10, Cabellos 6, Kamara 4, Melendez 2. Totals 10 16-21 36.

    Battlefield (8-5, 2-1) — M. Jones 10, Whaley 10, Diggs 8, Baltimore 4, Salter 4, Dyson 3, B. Jones 2. Totals 12 14-26 41.

    Three-point goals: BF 3 (M. Jones, Whaley, Diggs).

    Rebounds: BR 39 (Leonard 11, Ferguson 7, Cabellos 6, Kamara 10, Melendez 3, Nappier, Tashjian).

    Assists: BR 6 (Leonard, Ferguson, Cabellos, Kamara, Melendez, Tashjian).

     

    Saturday, Dec. 29

    Boys Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 82, Broad Run 66 (story)

    -Freedom 62, Marshall 59

    -Manassas Park 78, Park View 51


    Girls Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 55, Broad Run 46 (OT) (story)

    -Lake Braddock 57, Loudoun County 39

    -Seton 52, Park View 48

     

    Friday, Dec. 28

    Boys Basketball

    -Park View 62, Brentsville 48

    -Briar Woods 64, Stone Bridge 52

    -Freedom 54, George Mason 43

    -Loudoun Valley 82, Dominion 37

    LV (31-15-26-10 82); D (6-8-14-9 37)

    -LV scoring leaders
    Jovon Miller - 21 points (career high)
    Josh Grimard - 14 points
    Paul Rowley - 11 points
    Dalton Smolens - 11 points
    Dakota DeLeonardis - 10 points


    -Loudoun County 72, Smithburg 56

    LC (8-3, 4-3) — Anderson 19, Stinger 10, Adams 9, Herring 9, Supcoe 9, Borup 7, Labahn 5, Larson 2, Wilhelm-wenzel 2. Totals 26 9-13 72.

    Halftime: Loudoun County, 38-25.

    Three-point goals: LC 11 (Anderson 4, Adams 2, Herring, Supcoe 3, Labahn).


    -Middleburg Academy 70, Landstown 60

    MA (22-14-12-22 70); L (12-18-17-13 60)

    -MA leaders
    Brandon Alston - 24 pts, 5 reb, 2 blocks
    Delante Jones - 18 pts, 5 reb.
    Marcus Hayes - 9 pts, 4 reb, 4 asst.
    Drew Henry - 8 pts, 2 steals


    Girls Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 47, Briar Woods 7

    -Loudoun County 57, Annandale 40

    -Park View 48, Brentsville 37

    -Tuscarora 57, Seneca Valley 45: The Lady Huskies (6-4) won the third place game of the Bobby Miller Bulldog Classic at Winston Churchill High School in Maryland. The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry with 14 points, freshman Kiera Wideman with 10 points, sophomore Megan Leonard with 9 points and 4 assists, and freshman Chloe Roach with 9 points (5-5 from the free throw line) and 11 rebounds.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Alysha Berry 14
    Assists: Megan Leonard 4
    Steals: Alexis Bailey 5
    Rebounds: Chloe Roach 11

     


    Thursday, Dec. 27

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun County 70, North Hagerstown 64

    -Broad Run 85, Briar Woods 63

    -Thomas Jefferson 54, Freedom 48

    -Middleburg Academy 48, Norview 47

    MA (15-18-7-8 48); N (14-20-5-8 47)

    -MA leaders
    Delante Jones - 15 pts, 6 reb.
    Brandon Alston - 12 pts, 8 reb.
    Eric Shaw - 6 pts, 8 reb, 3 blocks
    Marcus Hayes - 6 pts, 4 asst, 3 reb.


    Girls Basketball

    -Quince Orchard 62, Tuscarora 53: Tuscarora lost to Quince Orchard in the semifinals of the Bobby Miller Bulldog Classic at Winston Churchill High School in Maryland. The Lady Huskies were led by sophomore Megan Leonard with 12 points and 5 steals, and sophomore Alexis Bailey with 11 points and 3 assists.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Megan Leonard 12
    Assists: Alexis Bailey 3
    Steals: Megan Leonard 5
    Rebounds: Ashley Jennings 5, Jhade Aird 5, Jazmyne Howard 5


    -Broad Run 49, Briar Woods 21

    BW (3-4-7-7 21); BR (20-16-11-2 49)

    BW (1-9, 1-6 AA Dulles) — Luster 12, Kwitnieski 3, Kanumura 2, Ryans 2, Tolland 2. Totals 5 10-16 21.

    BR (7-5, 1-1 AAA Cedar Run) — Ferguson 14, Cabellos 8, Leonard 8, Tashjian 8, Kamara 5, Lynch 2, Melendez 2, Reigel 2. Totals 21 5-8 49.

    Three-point goals: BW (Luster); BR 2 (Ferguson 2).

    Rebounds: BR 31 (Ferguson 3, Cabellos, Leonard 11, Tashjian 2, Kamara 9, Reigel 2, Braithwaite 2, Nappier).

    Assists: BR 13 (Ferguson 2, Cabellos 4, Leonard 2, Tashjian 2, Kamara, Braithwaite, Nappier).


    Swimming

    -Potomac Relays and Sprint Invitational

    Potomac Falls High School - 238.5
    Freedom High School - 153
    Loudoun County High School - 145
    Woodgrove High School - 83.5
    Stone Bridge High School - 66
    Heritage High School - 66
    Dominion High School - 62

    -Boys and girls team results, and event results: winter_invitational_results_12-27-12.pdf


    Wrestling

    -Loudoun County wins Collingsworth (N.J.) Xmas Tournament (story)

     


    Saturday, Dec. 22

    Swimming

    -Tuscarora sweeps tri-meet: The Huskies came out on top over Loudoun County High School and John Champe High School. The final combined score was 180 to LCHS 160 and JCHS 82. THS boys were victorious over LCHS 91-79 and also over JCHS 121-47. THS girls squeaked out LCHS with a score of 89-81, but had a much more decisive victory over JCHS with a score of 125-35. The THS Huskies remain undefeated at 6-0.


    -Tri-meet at Claude Moore

    -Combined
    Dominion 218, Woodgrove 122
    Dominion 201, Heritage 139
    Heritage 203, Woodgrove 136

    -Boys
    Dominion 110, Woodgrove 60
    Dominion 97, Heritage 73
    Heritage 100, Woodgrove 69

    -Girls
    Dominion 108, Woodgrove 62
    Dominion 104, Heritage 66
    Heritage 103, Woodgrove 67

    -Event results resultsdhsvwghsvhhs.pdf

     

     

    Friday, Dec. 21

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 61, Heritage 54

    -Loudoun County 52, Briar Woods 40

    -Potomac Falls 72, John Champe 32

    -McLean 66, Stone Bridge 44

    -Tuscarora 59, Woodgrove 44

    THS scoring: AJ Robinson 15, Josh Middleton 12, Sury Avasarala 11, Jordan Roach 5, Omar Mangal 4, Spencer Hayes 4, Steve Welti 4, Justin Aird 3


    -Dominion 48, Park View 46: Park View led throughout the game in front of a lively Sterling crowd. Dominion finally broke through and took the lead with 17-seconds left in the game with senior guard Aristides Poehlman’s 3-pointer. The game-winning shot helped Dominion to 7-2 start to the year. Sophomore Lael Davis added 14 for the Titans, while Park View was paced by Cody Horvath and Gurvinder Singh with 12 points each.


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun County 78, Briar Woods 24

    -Dominion 51, Park View 42

    -Potomac Falls 63, John Champe 36

    -Heritage 69, Loudoun Valley 25

    -McLean 39, Stone Bridge 35

    -Woodgrove 50, Tuscarora 38

    W (15-15-12-8 50); T (12-6-13-7 38)

    -WHS leaders
    Brittany Basinger - 14 pts, 6 steals, 5 asst, 4 reb.
    Halle Lynch - 9 pts, 3 reb.
    Stephanie Purnell - 8 pts, 10 reb, 3 blocks
    Sarah Hardison - 6 pts, 9 reb, 2 steals
    Maggie Buxton - 6 pts, 2 reb.

    -THS leaders
    Points: Alysha Berry 10, Megan Leonard 9
    Rebounds: Ashley Jennings 11


    -Stonewall Jackson 57, Broad Run 25

    SJ (7-2, 2-0) Floyd 22, Jordan 16, Character 10, Hix 5, Hinton 3, Lawrence 1. Totals 26 3-5 57.

    BR (6-5, 1-1) Cabellos 8, Ferguson 8, Leonard 3, Kamara 2, Melendez 2, Tashjian 2. Totals 8 9-15 25.

    Rebounds: BR 29 (Cabellos 4, Ferguson 3, Leonard 6, Kamara 6, Tashjian 5, Lynch 2, Reigel 2, Stahl).

     


    Thursday, Dec. 20

    Boys Basketball

    -Briar Woods 65, John Champe 26

    -Battlefield 68, Freedom 44

    -Middleburg Academy 56, Westfield 52

    MA (17-12-9-18 56); W (10-14-16-12 52)

    -MA leaders
    Marcus Hayes - 15 pts, 5 reb, 3 asst, 3 steals
    Delonte Jones - 14 pts, 8 reb.
    Drew Henry - 12 pts, 4 reb, 3 steals
    Brandon Alston - 9 pts, 4 reb.
    Eric Shaw - 6 pts, 5 reb, 2 blocks


    Girls Basketball

    -Briar Woods 42, John Champe 41

    -Kettle Run 37, Loudoun Valley 32

    -Battlefield 54, Freedom 30


    Wrestling - Battle of Ashburn

    -Broad Run 46, Briar Woods 25

    -Briar Woods 48, Stone Bridge 28

    -Broad Run 60, Stone Bridge 22

     


    Wednesday, Dec. 19

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 58, Loudoun County 37

    -Tuscarora 71, Kettle Run 54

    -THS scoring: AJ Robinson 27, Josh Middleton 26, Jordan Roach 5, Justin Aird 5, Steve Welti 5, Sury Avasarala 3


    Girls Basketball

    -Millbrook 66, Briar Woods 18


    Wrestling

    -Potomac Falls 41, Loudoun Valley 36

    -Potomac Falls 48, Park View 35

    -Potomac Falls 61, John Champe 5

     


    Tuesday, Dec. 18

    Boys Basketball

    -Broad Run 64, Osbourn 41

    -Loudoun Valley 62, Briar Woods 41

    -Woodgrove 67, John Champe 44

    -Loudoun County 59, Park View 47

    -Heritage 61, Potomac Falls 58

    -Dominion 60, Tuscarora 58: Game-winning shot by sophomore guard Lael Davis as time expired. Davis scored 18 points and junior guard Milad Alaiaen added 17 for the Titans.


    -Freedom 57, Patriot 40

    F (17-9-12-19 57); P (4-17-9-10 40)

    -FHS scoring: Hawkins 20, Smith 17, Ajilore 7, Nizialek 4, Tracey 4, Wrighte 4, Williams 1


    -Middleburg Academy 69, Christ Chapel Academy 56

    MA (24-16-11-18 69); CCA (22-9-6-19 56)

    -MA leaders
    Brandon Alston - 17 pts, 5 reb.
    Marcus Hayes - 13 pts, 4 reb, 2 steals
    Eric Shaw - 12 pts, 10 reb, 9 blocks
    Delonte Jones - 12 pts, 5 reb.
    Drew Henry - 11 pts, 4 reb, 3 steals
    Trey Rowser - 5 asst, 2 steals


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 82, John Champe 15

    -Loudoun County 57, Park View 31

    -Loudoun Valley 38, Briar Woods 23

    -Patriot 43, Freedom 40

    -Tuscarora 50, Dominion 42: The Lady Huskies improved to 5-1 in the Dulles District (5-2 overall). The Lady Huskies were led by freshman Kiera Wideman with 13 points, sophomore Alexis Bailey with 11 points and 9 rebounds, and sophomore Megan Leonard with 10 points and 3 assists.

    T (9-11-18-12 50); D (7-11-11-13 42)

    -THS leaders
    Points: Kiera Wideman 13
    Assists: Megan Leonard 3
    Steals: Alysha Berry 4
    Rebounds: Alexis Bailey 9


    -Potomac Falls 64, Heritage 40

    -HHS leaders
    Kayla Tibbs - 18 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals
    Breana Smart - 10 points, 2 rebounds
    Jonique Mitchell - 4 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assist, 3 steals


    -Broad Run 55, Osbourn 51: Broad Run trailed by 7 with 4 minutes to play, but rallied to pull out a 55-51 win at Osbourn. The Lady Spartans went 9 for 11 from the free throw line down the stretch to earn their first Cedar Run district win of the season.

    Broad Run (6-4, 1-0 AAA Cedar Run); Osbourn (2-3, 0-1 AAA Cedar Run)

    BR (10-13-10-22 55); O (10-13-14-14 51)

    -BR leaders
    E. Ferguson - 21 pts, 4 reb, 4 steals
    A. Cabellos - 15 pts, 3 asst.
    M. Leonard - 14 pts, 11 reb, 2 asst, 2 steals
    F. Kamara - 5 pts, 14 reb, 3 asst, 2 steals
    T. Tashjian - 2 blocks, 2 reb, 2 steals

     


    Monday, Dec. 17

    Boys Basketball

    -Potomac Falls 63, Stone Bridge 55

    -James Wood 96, Woodgrove 70


    Girls Basketball

    -Loudoun County 38, Freedom 32

    -Millbrook 35, Heritage 28

    -Stone Bridge 43, Potomac Falls 30


    Gymnastics meet at Loudoun Valley

    -Team Scores
    Potomac Falls - 33.950
    Broad Run - 33.885
    Woodgrove - 33.750
    Loudoun County - 33.650
    Loudoun Valley - 31.700
    Heritage - 29.050

    -All-around
    Abbey Tsao (PF) 33.650
    Olivia Becker (W) 32.900
    Alyssa Del Prete (PF) 32.650
    Lauren McCullough (LC) 32.550
    Katy Petchenick (BR) 32.450
    Katherine Ayala (W) 31.050
    Mela Coffey (PF) 30.200
    Heidi Barrientos (H) 29.050
    Ashleigh Wright (LC) 28.250
    Abby Tostenson (LC) 28.100

     

     

    Sunday, Dec. 16

    Boys Basketball

    -Bullis (Md.) 63, Middleburg Academy 58

    MA (10-14-16-18 58); B (15-17-15-16 63)

    -MA leaders
    Drew Henry - 17 pts, 4 reb.
    Brandon Alston - 16 pts, 5 reb, 2 asst.
    Marcus Hayes - 12 pts, 2 reb, 2 asst.

     


    Saturday, Dec. 15

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 68, Millbrook 44

    -Benedectine 71, Middleburg Academy 55


    Swimming

    Tri-meet at Claude Moore

    -Overall
    Tuscarora 201, Woodgrove 138
    Tuscarora 176, Heritage 164
    Heritage 196, Woodgrove 144

    -Boys
    Tuscarora 106, Woodgrove 63
    Tuscarora 85, Heritage 85
    Heritage 105, Woodgrove 65

    -Girls
    Tuscarora 95, Woodgrove 75
    Tuscarora 91, Heritage 79
    Heritage 91, Woodgrove 79

    -Event results resultswghsvtshsvhhs.pdf

     


    Friday, Dec. 14

    Boys Basketball

    -Loudoun Valley 62, Potomac Falls 46

    -Heritage 54, Woodgrove 53

    -Briar Woods 63, Park View 46

    -Tuscarora 51, Loudoun County 47

    -Freedom 53, Kettle Run 34

    -Dominion 77, John Champe 35: All 13 Titan players scored, led by sophomore guard Lael Davis with 17 points. Champe was led by sophomore Steven Baker with 18 points.

    -Middleburg Academy 80, Westtown (Pa.) 79 (OT)

    MA (15-9-17-30-9 80); W (14-10-15-32-8 79)

    -MA leaders
    Marcus Hayes - 24 pts, 5 asst, 4 reb, 5 steals
    Brandon Alston - 21 pts, 6 reb.
    Drew Henry - 11 pts, 4 reb, 2 steals
    Delonte Jones - 11 pts, 5 reb, 2 steals
    Eric Shaw - 7 pts, 9 reb, 2 blocks


    Girls Basketball

    -Stone Bridge 70, Marshall 32

    -Loudoun County 57, Tuscarora 52

    -Potomac Falls 63, Loudoun Valley 30

    -Park View 40, Briar Woods 22

    -Dominion 49, John Champe 19

    -Westfield 57, Broad Run 38

    -Freedom def. Kettle Run

    -Woodgrove 60, Heritage 42

    -HHS leaders
    Breana Smart - 6 points, 2 rebounds
    Christina Smart - 16 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assist
    Kayla Tibbs - 15 points, 2 steals
    Ashley Silvernale - 3 points, 2 rebounds, 1 assist
    Jonique Mitchell - 4 rebounds, 2 assist, 2 steals
    Kelsey Tidgewell - 2 rebounds, 2 steals, 3 blocks


    Boys Swimming

    -George Mason 152, Loudoun County 134

    -Battlefield 168, Freedom 118


    Girls Swimming

    -George Mason 147, Loudoun County 139

    -Freedom 181, Battlefield 105

     


    Thursday, Dec. 13

    Boys Basketball

    -Stonewall Jackson 91, Broad Run 59

    -Middleburg Academy 90, Takoma Academy (Md.) 79

    MA (21-22-25-22 90); TA (17-22-20-20 79)

    -MA leaders
    Marcus Hayes - 23 pts, 6 asst.
    Brandon Alston - 19 pts, 5 reb.
    Drew Henry - 16 pts, 6 reb.
    Eric Shaw - 14 pts, 8 reb, 3 blocks
    Delonte Jones - 13 pts, 5 reb, 5 steals

     


    Wednesday, Dec. 12

    Boys Basketball

    -Dominion 70, Trinity School 24

    -Millbrook 53, Briar Woods 46

    -Heritage 47, Freedom 46

    H (5-19-8-15 47); F (11-14-4-17 46)

    H: Lewis 13, Conteh 10, Launi 10, Case 6, Coffman 5, Robinson 3

    F: Dockett 13, Smith 13, Hawkins 10, Ajilore 5, Williams 5


    -Tuscarora 62, Park View 54

    -THS scoring
    AJ Robinson - 15
    Jordan Roach - 13
    Steve Welti - 10
    Sury Avasarala - 9
    Josh Middleton - 8
    Justin Aird - 5
    Spencer Hayes - 2


    Girls Basketball

    -Freedom 40, Heritage 35

    -HHS leaders
    Breana Smart - 13 points, 1 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal
    Kayla Tibbs - 13 points, 2 rebounds
    Kelsey Tidgewell - 2 points, 8 rebound, 5 steals


    -Tuscarora 46, Park View 33: The Lady Huskies improved to 4-0 in Dulles District play (4-1 overall) with a 46-33 win over the Patriots. The Lady Huskies were led by junior Alysha Berry with 14 points and 4 steals, sophomore Megan Leonard with 9 points and 6 rebounds, and junior Zaria Comer with 7 points and 19 rebounds.

    THS (10-16-9-11 46); PV (6-4-14-9 33)


    -Loudoun County 51, Broad Run 47

    Broad Run (5-3, 0-0 AAA Cedar Run); Loudoun County (5-0, 4-0 AA Dulles)

    LC (9-8-18-16 51); BR (10-17-8-12 47)

    -Team stats
    FG: BR (20-51); LC (19-62)
    FT: BR (7-11); LC (11-17)
    Rebounds: BR 45; LC 34
    Assists: BR 11; LC 5
    Turnovers: BR 21; LC 8
    Fouls: BR 17; LC 11
    Bench points: LC 14; BR 0

    -LC leaders
    C. Knox - 15 pts, 8 reb.
    M. Phillips - 13 pts, 8 reb, 3 asst, 2 steals
    E. Gianelos - 10 pts, 6 reb, 2 steals
    A. Paige - 8 pts.
    T. Tibbits - 6 reb, 3 steals

    -BR leaders
    M. Leonard - 19 pts, 20 reb, 3 steals
    F. Kamara - 9 pts, 12 reb.
    E. Ferguson - 8 pts, 3 asst.
    A. Cabellos - 7 pts, 4 reb, 2 asst, 2 steals
    T. Tashjian - 4 pts, 4 reb, 2 asst.


    Gymnastics meet at Broad Run

    -Team scores
    Loudoun County - 35.600
    Potomac Falls - 34.450
    Broad Run - 34.250
    Woodgrove - 32.850
    Heritage - 27.450

    -All-around
    Victoria Miner (LC) 35.600
    Abby Tsao (PF) 34.450
    Morgan Clear (BR) 33.200
    Olivia Becker (W) 32.800
    Katy Petchenick (BR) 31.850
    Lauren McCullough (LC) 31.250
    Bridget Leach (BR) 30.850
    Abby Tostenson (LC) 29.900
    Ashleigh Wright (LC) 29.000
    Heidi Barrientos (H) 27.450

     

    Tuesday, Dec. 11

    Boys Basketball

    -Heritage 80, Dominion 46

    -Loudoun County 61, John Champe 34

    -Madison 88, Stone Bridge 55

    -Loudoun Valley 79, Woodgrove 20: The Vikings were led by Paul Rowley with 20 points. Cameron Kiani (15), Dakota DeLeonardis (14) and Dalton Smolens (12) also scored in double figures.


    -Middleburg Academy 81, Massanutten Military Academy 27

    MA (28-19-17-17 81); MMA (4-11-6-6 27)

    -MA leaders
    Brandon Alston - 27 pts, 8 reb, 5 steals
    Delonte Jones - 15 pts, 3 reb.
    Elie Mutombo - 8 pts, 4 reb, 4 blocks, 4 steals, 4 asst.
    Eric Shaw - 6 pts, 6 reb, 2 blocks


    Girls Basketball

    -Woodgrove 63, Loudoun Valley 25

    -Potomac Falls 51, Briar Woods 21

    -Loudoun County 63, John Champe 36

    -Madison 59, Stone Bridge 56

    -Heritage 45, Dominion 22: Heritage put an impressive display of defensive, by holding Dominion’s superstar AJ to no points. Heritage also showed their post game by working the ball in to Kelsey Tidgewell, who led the team with 15 points in the paint. Kayla Tibbs had another strong performance with 10 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assist and 1 steal.

    Breana Smart came of the bench and punched in an impressive 10 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assist, 5 steals, and 1 block.  The most impressive performance came from Heritage’s two Defensive Studs Jonique Mitchell and Christina Smart these ladies held AJ in check all night not allowing her an opportunity to create her shot and get to the heart of the defense.

    -HHS leaders
    Breana Smart - 10 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assist, 5 steals, 1 block
    Christina Smart - 6 points, 2 assist, 1 steal, 4 rebounds
    Kayla Tibbs - 10 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assist, 1 steal
    Jonique Mitchell - 4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assist, 4 steals
    Kelsey Tidgewell - 15 points, 1 rebound, 1 assist, 3 blocks

     


    Monday, Dec. 10

    Boys Basketball

    -Broad Run 63, Potomac Falls 59

    -Kettle Run 80, Tuscarora 67

    -Brentsville 63, John Champe 44

    -Freedom 67, Park View 32

    F (14-24-17-12 67); PV (10-8-11-3 32)

    FHS: Hawkins 23, Dockett 15, Wrighte 7, Ajilore 6, Smith 4, Williams 4, Bacak 2, Nizialek 2, Sharpe 2, Suresh 2

    PV: Horvath 12, Zentz 4, Anwar 3, Gordley 3, Lord 3, Davilla 2, Foley 2


    Girls Basketball

    -Freedom 59, Park View 34

    -Brentsville 44, John Champe 40

    -Broad Run 50, Potomac Falls 37

    Broad Run (5-2, 0-0 AAA Cedar Run) ; Potomac Falls (1-4, 1-2 AA Dulles)

    BR (12-12-16-10 50); PF (8-15-5-9 37)

    BR: Kamara 14, Cabellos 12, Leonard 12, Feguson 10, Tashjian 2

    PF: D. White 17, Mook 6, Mueller 4, Reynolds 4, Miller 2, Milhailovich 2, M. White 2

    -Team Stats
    FG: BR (25-48); PF (16-55)
    FT: BR (0-3); PF (2-6)
    Rebounds: BR 38; PF 23
    Assists: BR 18; PF 5
    Turnovers: BR 25; PF 19
    Fouls: BR 4; PF 6
    Bench points: BR 0; PF 4

    -Other stat leaders
    Rebounds: BR - Leonard 11, Kamara 10; PF - Reynolds 7
    Assists: BR - Ferguson 5, Cabellos 4; PF - Reynolds 2
    Blocks: BR - Cabellos 1, Mellhuish 1; PF - Mook 5
    Steals: BR - Cabellos 6; PF - D. White 3

     

     

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